Dallas did what every team starting on the road in the playoffs wants to do: get a win in the opponent’s building.
If there is a switch to be flipped, now is the time to do it.
Let’s take a step back here and really appreciate what this team has done this season.
The stage is set, with the Canadiens vs. the Golden Knights, and the Lightning vs. the Islanders. Do the Dallas Stars have anything in common with them? If not, what can they learn?
Another Star falls as Dallas loses Roope Hintz in Game 4. The bench is getting a bit short.
Dominance from the Lightning’s top line highlighted the Game 3 blowout. Injuries and performance call for adjustments.
Questions abound as Dallas gets their turn as the home team. Injuries are stacking up.
The series is now tied 1-1 after the Stars gave up three quick goals in the first period.
It all comes down to this...
Dallas will face Tampa Bay in the 2020 Stanley Cup Final. The first all-southern matchup is an intriguing pairing for the Stars, as they look to shock the hockey world again.
Depth has been a key factor for Dallas’ playoff run. Vegas needs to find a go-to solution.
The Stars need to rebound from a tough game two loss, but they’ll need to get to the crease to do it.
Dallas Stars hockey returned with a vengeance during the first game of the Western Conference Final.
Our staff is split on the results, but one thing is for certain — it'll be a good series.